Unfortunately we get hurt from a bunch of different things. Physically we may get cuts and bruises here and there with the pain lingering for a couple of days. And then we have the mental cuts, the ones that tend to take longer to heal from.
When somebody hurts you emotionally or mentally, it will be difficult, but we have to do the best to heal from it. How do we do that? We have several options:
•Don’t let it affect you anymore by ignoring any potential damage
•Talk to somebody you trust
•Do something that helps you cope or forget about it (listen to music, find a hobby)
•Take deep breaths
•Pray about it
•Speak to a licensed therapy professional
There are probably many more things other than the listed that can help you cope with the pain. But why heal immediately after or rather, why take action right away?
This is because whatever pain you have inflicted on you, you may inflict on someone else. Think of it in this example.
Somebody said something nasty to you. It just made you really angry. You never healed yourself from it and you walk around. Your best friend walks by... and you just have this mean look on your face, and your “hey” sounds like you have a grudge on them. Because you didn’t heal, somebody else who didn’t do anything, gets hurt. We certainly don’t want that.
This is one of the most difficult aspects of a mindset to change. To this day I still can’t do it. I have to constantly remind myself to not accidentally direct any anger or emotion to those who are not part of the problem.
Not healing will potentially hurt relationships that mean something to you. And you certainly don’t want that.
May everybody have the strength and patience to apply this to their mindset. Your mental health and your friends will greatly appreciate the sacrifices you make. Stay strong.
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